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I recently moved into a house that has baseboard radiator heat all over the house. The baseboard radiators run across wall in every room. They are great except for the clicking noises that they make when the water starts flowing and throughout. It starts loud, then less. The baseboard radiators are probably 20 years old if not more. There pipes have fins on then and they are a little beat up, but there is no leaks and the rooms warm fast. I tried to support the pipes so that they do not vibrate and keep the flaps up so they are not touching the baseboard side, and this helped a little. Is there anything else I can do to reduce or eliminate the noise? Any feed back is greatly appreciated.